San Angelo State Park, Texas
We are in fact about 3 hours from home, but we had to give it up at about 4 PM. It just didn't make any sense to press on. Tomorrow will be another day.
We had a fabulous two days at Bottomless Lakes State Park in Mew Mexico. There were a couple of nice walks, and a really fine long bike ride. We visited all of the bottomless lakes, both big and small. They really were a type of cenote, similar to what I had seen in Yucatan, Mexico. It looks like the limestone had just given way, caved in and made some large sinkholes filled with water right in the middle of the desert.
The campsite was nice, and for a change economical at just $12.00 per night. There were hot showers, although they were way to hot for my taste, and the needle jet nozzles made sure that it was a short painful shower. Short because you had to press a button, which gave you water for only about 30 seconds. Still we were grateful to be clean.
Tomorrow we will be home and can start reassembling our Pipe Creek lives.
Wish I’d known about this blog before now.
That little guy would get fried in Cambodia.
Beautiful pics, and great to read about your travels.